Running 18.104.22.168 Pro on Windows 2kPro.
I was trying to arrange my own blocks into a more comprehensible structure (a.k.a. Library). Up till now, I just copied the blocks from one drawing into another...
After all shuffeling was done I restarted Qcad to point it to the new structure (edit - program prefs - paths), only to find that the new structure is not listed in the library browser. Not even after a restart.
FWIW, the 'startup directory' in the program shortcut points to c:\program files\qcad\; the path in the qcad program preferences points to the correct location (d:\my documents\cad\cad libraries\). Removing the last backslash did nothing.
When I start Qcad by double-clicking one of 'my' blocks from the explorer, all of my blocks show up correctly...
Searching my hard drive, I found several Qcad related library dirs:
- c:\documents and settings\leo\.qcad\libraries\, which seems to contain a .png file for every block ever listed in the library browser
c:\program files\qcad\library\, which contains the Qcad supplied libraries (.dat and .dxf files)
d:\my documents\cad\cad libraries\, which contains my own blocks (.dxf)
The directory under ....\.qcad still holds a .png for no longer existing blocks.
This brings me to my question: What files need to go in what directory and where do I point the 'paths' entry in the program preferences in order to let it work as intended/expected?